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expect increased timidity levels. then we will look for the big warmup. look at what is happening to the west of us. the magenta is excessive keep warnings. that is on the way by wednesday thursday, and friday. how hot would get to? my full forecast is just in a few minutes. >>> the president meets with the dali lama and sparks strong reaction from china's officials. >>> was it carmageddon? stay with us. those [ man ] i got this new citi thankyou card an started earning loads of points. you got a weather balloon with points? yes i did. [ man ] points i could use for just about anything. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ there it is. [ man ] so i used mine to get a whole new perspective. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] the new citi thankyou premier card gives you more ways to earn points. what's your story? citi can help you write it. >>> rupert murdoch is trying to contain the damage from a phone hacking scandal. the company ran an ad in seven british newspapers apologizing 41 of his tabloids hacking into the phones of victims. it has forced two of his top executives to resign.
with a preview. >> enjoy this weekend because we have big changes on the way. there is not of real -- a lot of relief behind the cold front. at reagan national airport. the heat index is not that bad. on thursday and friday and saturday, the heat index may be around 105 if not warmer. and a comfortable my head. high temperatures above the lower and middle 90s. a dangerous heat wave is on the way. and the tropics are beginning to flare up. a turning to the world cup, loss today for the u.s. women's team. japan was the winner in a penalty shootout. it was a dramatic turn with the states leading for much of the game. i cannot imagine that the is very good. >> this was such a huge moment when they made the kick here, just deflated. they had so much confidence that usa would be the winner of the world cup. e werethe beginning w then this is what got us. >> one thing that people came -- away from, and one northern virginia knows this very well. >> screams of excitement. over. u.s.a. watched japan play the u.s. women's team. this is about national pride, r others this is a sign of pride. they work
made many, many deep cuts in spending. there's more restraint in order. he made it clear for a big deal, there will have to be balance between revenue and spending. the question is how much can we get done? the president's view is clear. we have totoet as much done as we can to give assurance to the market and american people that we have our fiscal house in order. >> if you have to predict, what is the deal that will get done to avoid a deadline, potential catastrophe as we're calling it? >> i think the minimum, i believe the debt will be extended. notwithstanding, the voices of a few willing to play with armageddon, responsible leaders in washington, are not. our r forts over the next days is, in addition to that, do as much as we possibly can to make the tough decisions. this is a question of leaders coming together and saying, we are going to do hard things on both sides. and the time is now, as the president said, if not now, when. >> jack lew, thank you very much for joining us. >> thank you indeed. >> and the parties in a bit of a cooling off period after a contentious series of
it in public once. >> why is it that when he offers a big dl, the $4 trillion deal -- >> the grand bargain. >> the grand bargain republicans backed away from it. he offered that last week. delaware? >> he did it publicly. >> give me a number. >> in a matter of two days, republicans backed away from that and said they do not want it. >> you accept everything he says a $4 trillion deal, you do not have a single item in it that you can enunciate. >> i am not at the table. perhaps you are. >> how does he expect america to accept something he has not explained? >> he said he was going to get from his own people -- >> [unintelligible] >> john boehner believe that there was a $4 trillion deal, and he is not a naive, newcomer to washington. he has been around. but he also knows some history. the last time we had a major budget deal that by every definition work was bill clilinton in 1993. without a single republican voting for it in the house and senate. it included twice as much in tax increases and revenues as it did in spending cuts, and what happened after that? 22 million new jobs were creat
clients? you've got big money clients puttinneg money to work. the corporate sector still strong? >> you know, this is one of those dichotomies that has existed for a few years now, where the markets and the economy itlf are on slightly different paths. following the financial crisis that we had in '08 and '09, there is a lot of expense taken out of the corporate side of the equations. and really strong earnings since then. originally just bottom line earnings, t in the last year or so some top-line improvement as well. we think that will probably continue through this upcoming earnings season. >> so you ththink the second ha looks okay? >> we do, yes. >> michelle, what about you? we're still seeingng overseas events really play out here, whether it's what happened this week in eurorope, now new conces italy in the crosshairs, concerns about its debt. 120% of its gdp is debt. >> well, you know, and i think that's something we all need to be obviously watchful. the situation in europe doesn't impact the gdp of the u.s. directly. it isn't like we're worried about not being able to export e
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to be just as proroactive and get ahead of them. >> he took a big chance and made it succeed. so far, it is succeeding. thank you for joining us. and stay with us. in our next round table, we will talk about the local employment outlook and how the face-off over federal borrowing could it affect our region. stay tuned. >> welcome back. the state of maryland got good news last week. the triple a rating will come in handy onon friday. that is when the state stores selling bon. the washington busisiness journal reports the bond rating is due to its strong economy, low unemployment, along with strong management of finances and debt. since the u.s. bond rating has been down all week. we're going to turn to our round table and welcome once again our farite professor peter morici from the university of maryland school of business, and bill flook from "washingtoton business journal." living social is gearing up for an ipo. so they are not talking. >> the initial public offerings are about to open. what we are looking at in the story is essentially the 20-year cycle. you look back at aol. now
thought it would go the other way, but what a big night for this country, which could use a boost, david. even judy wambach, abby wambach's mother, said her heart was with the japanese. david? >> deborah roberts at the world cup. heartbreaking for the u.s., but a fitting win for japan after such a trying year. >>> we're going to turn now to sunday night. out of londonhis two stunning new casualties of that scandal now threatening rupert murdoch's media empire. the chief of scotland yard resigned a short time ago, and murdoch's own protege has been arrested. abc's jeffrey kofman is in london tonight. jeffrey? >> reporter: good evening to you, david. another day and another bombshell in the scandal that is rocking britain. make that two. a resignation here at scotland yard, and, an arrest. and it's not over yet. the scandal that shuttered one of britain's oldest newspapers is nothing less than an earthquake, shaking this country to the core. the casualties just keep mounting. the latest? the head of scotland yard. sir paul stevenson resigned late today. he insisted he had noo involvement i
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